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CBC News 20 Feb 2020

Canadians quarantined on cruise ship prepare for airlift

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Up to 209 Canadian passengers who have been quarantined aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan because of an outbreak of the novel coronavirus will leave for a flight back to Canada on Friday. Two Japanese passengers with underlying health issues have died of COVID-19. 


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Japanese health authorities said Tuesday they have confirmed 88 more cases of the novel coronavirus on a quarantined cruise ship near Tokyo. Canadians aboard who have not tested positive for the virus are to be flown to Ontario this week. 
A Canadian woman on the Diamond Princess, a luxury cruise ship with 355 cases of COVID-19, is preparing for evacuation. Trudy Clement and her husband have been under quarantine on the ship for two weeks.
Vice President Mike Pence says 21 people on a cruise ship being held off San Francisco have tested positive for coronavirus. ( March 6)

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